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The Role of Human Rights in the NSDA L-D Resolution

May 8, 2016
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All files The NSDA resolution for the national tournament asks the question of whether or not immigration, which is the “action of coming to live permanently in a foreign country” (Google Definitions) should be considered a “human right.” Unlike the NSDA PF resolution, which is relatively simple, this resolution introduces a number of very complex…

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Negative: When in conflict, human rights protection ought to supersede state sovereignty in the conduct of United States foreign policy.

December 28, 2014
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Intro Essay  Affirmative Essay  Attacking the Benefits of Human Rights The best way to attack human rights is to kritik the foundation of their legitimacy. There are a number of direct criticisms. First, the drive for universal rights is driven by a totalitarian impulse. Mutua, Professor of Law & Director, Human Rights Center, SUNY Buffalo,…

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Affirmative: When in conflict, human rights protection ought to supersede state sovereignty in the conduct of United States foreign policy.

December 27, 2014
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Planet Debate File.  Introductory Essay The Affirmative As discussed in the introductory essay, there are a number of approaches the Affirmative can take, and these approaches are not mutually exclusive. First, the Affirmative can argue that there is a big impact to human rights and that that impact outweighs other impacts. Global warfare. An argument…

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Introduction: When in conflict, human rights protection ought to supersede state sovereignty in the conduct of United States foreign policy.

December 27, 2014
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Planet Debate file  Affirmative Essay RESOLVED: When in conflict, human rights protection ought to supersede state sovereignty in the conduct of United States foreign policy. Introduction The Spring UIL L-D resolution asks the question of whether or not the United States should protect human rights in other countries even if that protection comes at the…

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